by AD Staff June 07, 2020 1 min read

Do you have high quality patterns and would like a new way to get paid and reach knitters and crocheters?   

We have an easy solutions for you!  Just submit your pattern to us for review and let us know if it is a free pattern or a paid pattern.  Paid patterns will allow you to 50% of the revenues generated by sales on our website and payments will be made directly to you once per quarter.  Once approved, we'll do all the work! We'll post and market your pattern on our website and you get paid! 

We carry current, on trend patterns from leading designers like Andrew Mowry and Caitlin Hunter along with many new, rising stars.  You could be one of them! 

 

andrea mowry pattern

We also are looking for top notch exclusive designs for our monthly Knit Club.  These knitting patterns will need to be new and exclusive to us.  We will pay you a flat fee based on the project and can provide you detailed specifications so you know what we care looking for.  You can use our online form to submit concepts for review. 

This is an example of our knit club project for July 2020

Kelley's knit club project

We hope you'll consider partnering with us to promote your patterns! 

 

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